By Andy Kaweesa
Scottish soccer giants Dundee United are expected to appoint former Uganda cranes Coach Csaba Laszlo as their new manager tomorrow.
The 53 year former Uganda national team tactician left Uganda in a controversy way on 11 July 2008 as then Mulindwa’s FUFA claimed that they did not give László permission to hold talks with Hearts, and that his appointment as Hearts manager was breaching his contract as Uganda head coach.
He made his first signing on 20 July 2008 when he signed Ugandan David Obua, on a free transfer from Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa.
During his one full season tenure as manager of Scottish Premier League giants, Hearts, he steered them to third position
During his reign as Uganda national coach, players such Ibrahim Sekagya, Noah Kasule Babadi, Onyango and David Obua managed to sign lucrative contracts abroad.
His last managerial duty was with Dunajska Streda in Slovakia.
Dundee, sacked its coach Ray McKinnon last month [October] following back-to-back defeats and fourth on table. Currently they are 2nd on table on goal difference under coach Laurie Ellis